Reblog: New Novel! — Laurie Boris


I’ve read several of Laurie’s books and always enjoyed them. I’m sure her new one will be no different!

I’m so excited to tell you that my ninth novel, Boychik, is now live on Amazon in ebook form. Here’s what the book is about: In 1930s Brooklyn, in the depths of the Great Depression, the son of a deli man dreams of making it big in Hollywood. A rich girl with family secrets fantasizes […]

New Novel! — Laurie Boris

It’s NaNoWriMo time again!


It’s NaNoWriMo time again!! Bring on 1st November!

So it’s actually officially Prep-tober (October) and I’ll be re-reading my WIPs so I can jump head first into them from 1st November.

This year I’m trying to finish some outstanding items:

  1. Finish my hucow erotic novella (current wordcount: 3k words) approx 10k to write.
  2. Finish BrainDance (current wordcount: 75k words) approx. 20-30k to write.
  3. Finish Bred for Life (current wordcount: 70k words) approx. 20-30k to write.
  4. Start a new kinky erotic novella. Aiming for approx. 15k words.

Are you doing NaNo? If so, what will you be doing?

#Reblog: Squid Game (2021) — Luke Atkins


Watched the hell out of this! Check out the review below.

Squid Game is a highly bingeable nine-episode show that can be described as a variation of the Hunger Games series (albeit better, less generic, and even more brutal). It is a dystopian flick that nobody wanted until everybody did—with this ruthless South Korean hit trending as #1 on Netflix. I can’t say that it is…

Squid Game (2021) — Luke Atkins

Reblog: Blog Tour Review: The Moroccan Daughter by Deborah Rodriguez — All The Books I Can Read


The Moroccan Daughter  Deborah Rodriguez Penguin Random House AUS 2021, 336p Copy courtesy of the publisher Blurb {from the publisher/Goodreads.com}: Morocco: a captivating country of honor and tradition. And, for these four women, a land of secrets and revelations. Amina Bennis has returned to her childhood home in Morocco to attend her sister’s wedding. The […]

Blog Tour Review: The Moroccan Daughter by Deborah Rodriguez — All The Books I Can Read

All the Positives with Negative Reviews


How do you handle negative reviews?

the orang-utan librarian

Ahh the topic that will never die. Recently on book twitter (because it’s always on twitter) there was a flaming row debate about how people that write negative end of year posts (ie worst of the year/most disappointing etc) were evil and should burn in hell wrong to do so. So here we are again. Even though I’ve discussed this before (more than once), I feel like there’s still more to say on the topic. Because I would go further than saying “negative reviews aren’t that bad”- I think there’s a lot of positive things to say about them too. 

keep it realNegative reviews make positive reviews more meaningful. The whole point of reviews is to get an honest reaction from a reader- otherwise it’s not a review at all. As Briana from Pages Unbound pointed out in her brilliant post on this topic, sticking to purely positive reviews…

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Welcome to Smashwords


Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin by Katt Pemble

As of 16th January 2021 Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin has been added to the other erotic masses of Smashwords to see how I go with sales on a non-Amazon only model. It’s also been added to Apple, Barnes and Noble, Kobo adult and Scribd as part of signing up for Smashwords.

You can pick up a copy in .mobi or .epub version from Smashwords for USD$0.99.

If you’ve had some experience on Smashwords I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!